A hush falls over the city, thicker than the February snow and twice as heavy. From some dark place in that desperate sprawl, Zilla Rocca of the infamous 5 O’Clock Shadowboxers delivers his latest EP. This is a dangerous parcel, weighted down with seedy, visual lyrics and beats that cut closer than a two-bit shave.
These are the Bad Weather Classics.
So grit your teeth, and think of Philadelphia.
"This is some shit for train rides or table sitdowns, with half a bottle of whisky and deep thoughts/conversation. Intoxicating"--Khal, RockTheDub.com
"It’s stormy, wet cobblestone streets, upper level evil doer, getting ready to bomb music. Zilla Rocca‘s “Bad Weather Classic” maintains such a stark and violently pleasant sound with lyrics that don’t fail to impress with tales of running, loss, and pummeling opponents that will have you nodding like a madman while listening to it"--WhenGiantsMeet.com
"This is hip hop at its most murky: bad weather and baleful rhymes. Special techniques"--PassionOfTheWeiss.com